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May 21, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Sports Thoughts

District 25-AA is being represented well in all areas from oneact play to track and field. Salado won the one-act play contest and the girls state golf title. More...

letter of intent

Following Monday night’s Athletic Banquet, Clint Hutson signed a letter of intent to play football for Rice University in Houston in the fall. More...

Lexington High Athletics in Review

The Lexington High School athletic year came to a close Saturday afternoon in Mike Myers stadium in Austin. The year concluded with a lot of ups and downs as in every year of competition. More...

We have Eagle Pride !

The Lady Eagles enjoyed a great softball season this year. Here are some shots of several of the games they played leading up to and during the playoffs. PHOTOS BY MIKE ORGAN AND BELINDA ROBERTSON. More...

Most Valuable Players for the Eagles

Pictured above are the Most Valuable Players for the Eagles 2009-2010 Sports Seasons. More...

Eagle Baseball Camp

Coaches for the Lexington High School Eagles will host a Baseball Camp May 31, June 1 and 2, 2010. The camp is for young student athletes ages 7 to incoming Freshmen. It will be held at the Eagle Baseball Field. More...

Hutson to Rice University

Clint Hutson has accepted the opportunity of walking on at Rice in an invitation extended by the school. Hutson acknowledged his acceptance of their offer Monday night after the Athletic banquet. More...

Hutson, Jackson Medal @ State Meet

Clint Hutson garnered a silver medal and Courtney Jackson a bronze medal held this past weekend in Austin. More...

LHS Athletic Banquet

The annual Lexington High School Athletic Banquet and award presentations took place in the LHS Cafeterium last Monday. More...

Young Volleyball Team Qualifies for National Tourney

For the second year in a row, the Brazos Valley Juniors 12 Mizuno team has qualified to compete in the 31st Annual USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships (formerly known as the Junior Olympics). More...














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